Not Everyone Should Code
That simply isn’t an option in this world. Everyone else comes first.
"That simply isn’t an option in this world. Everyone else comes first."
Kiohud Sanderson, Captain, Gila River Fire Department, Gila River Indian Community, Arizona.
- Photographer Paul Mobley traveled to around 50 firehouses across America to shoot portraits of firefighters.
- He was inspired by their bravery and dedication to serving others.
- He's released a book of the portraits called "American Firefighter."
In Maine, it was lobster. In Chicago, it was chili. In Seattle, it was salmon. At every firehouse that photographer Paul Mobley visited, he was greeted with a hot meal and boundless enthusiasm for his latest project: taking portraits of firefighters across America.
Mobley's new book, "," profiles the brave, selfless men and women he met at around 50 different firehouses.
Keep scrolling for a selection of his stunning photos.
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